SteelSeries Siberia v2 Gaming Headset Review

Feb 06, 12 SteelSeries Siberia v2 Gaming Headset Review

Posted by in Audio & Video, Featured, Gaming, Reviews

SteelSeries is known for their high performance gaming gear used by professional gamers worldwide. They provide gaming keyboards, mice, headsets and other accessories which may be vital to the gamer’s arsenal. SteelSeries was kind enough to send us one of their best headsets in the market, The Siberia v2. The box is full of...

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Cut the Rope now playable on your web browser

Following the footsteps of Angry Birds, the popular Cut the Rope game made the transition from mobile devices to your web browser. Now you can feed the cute, candy-gobbling monster, Om Nom straight from your browser simply by going to http://www.cuttherope.ie/. The game, which has been downloaded over 60 million times on the iOS...

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MaQboard, your Mac OSX system on a budget

Jan 26, 12 MaQboard, your Mac OSX system on a budget

Posted by in Featured, Personal Computing, Reviews

There is the unending debate on which is the better system, Windows vs Mac. To each his own, both operating systems have their own pros and cons. But why choose when you can have both? Iontech provided us with a pre-built “Hackintosh” system. For those of you who don’t know, Hackintosh is a coined term for running Mac OSX on a...

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Delsey’s Zip SECURI TECH is a simple solution for securing luggage

80. That’s the number of luggages that are being pilfered in airports worldwide. That’s according to Specialists in air transport communications and IT solutions (SITA). How? Simply by breaking through the zipper with a pen which is the easiest way to gain access to your luggage. And here I thought that padlocking the...

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AirDroid lets you control your Android device with your PC

Let me tell you about this app I’ve been playing around over the weekend. For the longest time, I’ve been looking for something that would let me send and receive SMS messages on my HTC phone using my desktop PC without any cables. Then I heard of AirDroid, a free app that allows you to control your Android device via...

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Razer announces the Naga Hex mouse made for MOBA gamers

Razer is taking gaming to a whole new level, again.  Inspired by the Razer Naga MMO’s 12-button thumb grid, the Naga Hex concentrates on action-RPG and Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) games, which is optimized for the user interfaces found in these games. The six mechanical buttons is specially designed to specifically bind...

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Razer’s Project Fiona, PC gaming just evolved

Razer presented its latest gaming concept design in the International CES, which is currently held at Las Vegas, Nevada.  As Matt Buchanan, a writer in gizmodo.com, would put it, “I just held the future of PC gaming in my hands”. Project Fiona is a tablet created solely for PC gaming. You read that right, PC gaming.  Razer worked...

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Razer Onza Tournament Edition Gamepad Review

Jan 07, 12 Razer Onza Tournament Edition Gamepad Review

Posted by in Featured, Gaming, Reviews

Razer is known for their gaming accessories.  Following their mantra “For Gamers, By Gamers” here’s an accessory which both PC and XBOX360 users will love. Introducing the Razer Onza Tournament Edition. If you’ve ever used an Original Xbox 360 controller, then the Onza is not that much different.  I have both and use it for the PC,...

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Asus Black Diamond wireless router makes your room less boring

Asus recently launched one of their latest wireless routers, the Black Diamond RT-N15U which sports a futuristic-looking finish. It’s not as unconventional-looking as the Linksys E4200 but it still looks really snazzy with that “carbon-fibery” shell. The Asus RT-N15u wireless router has blazingly fast 300Mbps data...

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Next generation netbooks in 2012 powered by the new Intel Atom processor

For emerging markets such as ours, Intel is still banking on selling more netbooks for 2012. They recently announced their latest Intel Atom processor codenamed “Cedar Trail” which would bring netbooks to the next level. For 2012, with the new Intel Atom processor, expect to see thinner, longer battery life, bigger...

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